How to protect company data
Did you know that whoever appropriates a company's confidential information is the internal public? According to the most recent Global Survey on Information Security, conducted by PwC, only 54% of companies have programs to identify data vulnerability and 56% survey data collection, transmission and storage.
In addition, 71% do not even detect the vulnerability of the data and, on the other hand, grew 92%, compared to 2013, the number of companies that registered losses of US $ 20 million or more due to security breach.
The growing wave of information security breaches and internal threats poses a major risk to the heart of a company: intellectual property. Trade secrets can be passed on to competitors via simple e-mail and cyber attacks can reach corporate networks and allow strangers to access confidential data.
What can a company do to protect itself? Create.org experts Pamela Passman and Allen Dixon will discuss this for an hour at a webinar or webinar. They will show you how to identify risks to confidential information; how a company is more vulnerable to breaches of digital data and files; how the IT system can protect the IP; and how to integrate IP protection into business operations.
Data: April 16, 2015 - 11 am to noon (Brasília time)
Link to registration: https://cc.readytalk.com/cc/s/registrations/new?cid=gnvip11otycp
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